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'All Wheels Show' to feature cars, pulls, flea market

A tractor pull and flea market event will take place at Brooklyn's Legion Park this weekend. 

The "All Wheels Show" will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, according to the Brooklyn Area Chamber of Commerce.

A show featuring cars, motorcycles and tractors is also planned. There will be food for sale including brats and beer and a DJ. 

An event Sunday will mark the dedication of the Brooklyn Veteran's Memorial at 1 p.m. on Old Highway 92 in Brooklyn across from the fire department, according to a chamber flyer. 

Visit Facebook.com/BrooklynACoC for more information. 

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Oregon Move-a-Thon celebrate money for new equipment

Prairie View Elementary School held a Move-a-Thon the afternoon of Friday, May 1, to celebrate raising more than $5,000 for new playground equipment.

The students rotated through activities including hula-hooping, Twister, yoga and soccer... Read More

Pump House to open with ceremony Saturday

The village’s historic pump house will celebrate its opening with an event Saturday at 10 a.m.

The Village of Oregon Welcome Center grand opening is the culmination of nearly two years of fundraising and building improvements organized by resident Randy Glysch, the Oregon Observer reported... Read More

Wisconsin Supreme Court reinstates conviction

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has overturned a lower court ruling and reinstated a fourth drunken driving conviction against a Madison area man.

Dean Blatterman, of the Madison suburb Oregon, argued that his blood alcohol level test results should not be admitted because Dane County sheriff's deputies transported him to a hospital 10 miles away from where he was pulled over.

A state appeals court determined that taking Blatterman so far away from the scene amounted to a "de facto" arrest and violated his Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable search and seizure.

But the Supreme Court said Tuesday that officers had a reasonable suspicion to stop Blatterman based on statements his wife made about his condition. The court also ruled that taking him to the hospital was within their legal authority.

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'May the Fourth be with you': Oregon Public Library invites kids to Lego Star Wars event

The Oregon Public Library will host a Lego "Star Wars" event for kids in honor of May 4, according to their website.

The library invites kids to stop by from 1 to 3 p.m. Monday to build Star Wars-inspired Lego creations in celebration of "May the Fourth be with you." "Star Wars" crafts and coloring sheets will also be available, and during the week of May 4, children can enter to win a Lego "Star Wars" kit.

The event is open to all ages, and no registration is required.

Former coach sought for sex assault charges turns himself in

Madison police say a West High School’s girls basketball coach wanted for reported sexual assault charges has turned himself in.

Shelton M. Kingcade, 43, has been suspended since Feb. 25 as the Madison Metropolitan School District investigates the allegations, Madison police said.

The alleged assaults happened to more than one girl in her early teens, a Madison police source tells News 3 Investigates.

The alleged assaults happened while Kingcade coached the Madison Spartan Youth Basketball program, not while coaching at West High School, officials said.

Madison police said they tried to arrest Kingcade Tuesday, but he eluded officers. He turned himself in Thursday morning.

Parents notified of coach's sex assault allegations; police search continues

A Madison youth basketball coach is still on the run facing allegations of sexual assault.

Madison police say they are looking for 43-year-old Shelton Kingcade on tentative charges of second-degree sexual assault of a child, engaging in repeated acts of sexual assault of the same child and exposing a child to harmful materials. Madison Police Department officials said Kingcade fled from officers on Tuesday.

Kingcade was the coach of the girls basketball team at Madison West High School until he was suspended in February.

The alleged assaults happened to more than one girl in her early teens, a Madison police source told News 3 Investigates.

The incidents allegedly happened while Kingcade coached the Madison Spartan Youth Basketball program, not while coaching at West High School, officials said.